- Quick Takes: Nobel in Medicine, TB Cases, Huge Campaigns, Duke's Strategy, Crime and No Punishment, Loan Program Criticized, Anti-Hazing Law, 'Full Monty' Ends Adjunct Job, NSF Win for Texas, State Policy Expert Moves On, Cuts at James Madison
- Extending the Arm of Campus Law
- When Football Numbers Don't Add Up
- Last Call for Blue Phones?
- Quick Takes: 34 Charged in Grade-Buying at Diablo Valley, Daniel Koshland Dies at 87, Changes at Princeton Review, Merrimack Goes SAT-Optional, Interventions for Alcohol Abuse, Reward Offered in Bombing Probe, UK Research Office Looks Abroad
Quick Takes: Tougher Oversight of NY For-Profits, Fault Line Could Force Campus to Move, $4B Drive for Cornell, Hibbing Athletes Charged in Rape, Convict Loses Admissions Suit, Fulbright Scholars Issue Reports, IRS Ruling for Stanford, Open U. Opens Wider
October 25, 2006
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